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Trailer & Poster For “Unthinkable” Starring Samuel L Jackson (Dick Cheney Should Love This One!)

A psychological thriller centered around a black-ops interrogator (Samuel L Jackson) and an FBI agent (Carrie-Anne Moss) who press (more like torture) a suspected terrorist (Michael Sheen) into divulging the location of three nuclear weapons sets to detonate in the U.S.

The film is currently without a North American distributor; me thinks it’s going straight to DVD.

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5 comments to Trailer & Poster For “Unthinkable” Starring Samuel L Jackson (Dick Cheney Should Love This One!)

  • Melissa S,

    Yeah, we will never see this in theaters LOL! But I hope they do it right. I am so tired of Samuel L. Jackson as the “angry black man”. But I love Michael Sheen, he is a great actor who is often overlooked but rarely disappoints.

  • Sergio

    Actually I’ve been waiting to see this. It was shot maybe two years ago but the distribution company that was going to release it went belly up and it’s sitting (along with some other interesting films) on a shelf ever since. Maybe someone else has now picked it up.

    By the way, can Sam ever make a film without screaming just once?

  • Art McGee

    For those tired of the stereotype, watch Sam Jackson in “The Red Violin”. That is the best role of his career.

  • Anthony E.

    EVERY actor (including Michael Sheen) appears to be phoning it in. Not only does the trailer look bad. But how many times has this story been done. The whole, must disarm the bombs before they detinate. YAWN. Only one of interest was ARLINGTON ROAD.

    Sam Jackson non screaming roles: Kiss of Death (Nic Cage had that part). Much of TARANTINO’s films he doesn’t yell (‘cept PULP FICTION) he was refined in Jackie Brown, absolutely chilled in Kill Bill 2 and calm as a cucumber as the narrator in Inglourious Basterds. Even True Romance a bit timid (Gary Oldman had the loud part).

  • ‘cuse me MOTHERFv@KERS, i like the yelling!
    Remember, most of his roles have to do with characters with anger management issues.